I started the process of evaluating ExtraHop’s wire data monitoring technology very excited about the possibilities and my optimism still holds after a few days. I am looking forward to diving even deeper into the technology and spending some time understanding the additional business related benefits it can provide to our customers. My personal… Read more »
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As a disclaimer we are a Nimble Storage partner and hence most of our real world experience is with Nimble and not Nutanix. Additionally our company has been hesitant to fully buy into much of the buzz around hyper-convergence and this article may reflect some of that hesitation. However at our core we are technology… Read more »
If you had a storage bottleneck and wanted to resolve it with software in less than 2 hours ….or…. If you wanted to have a Swiss army knife of performance enhancing techniques at your disposal enabling you to leverage the most cost effective and constantly evolving(think moore’s law) components of the commodity hardware industry ….then…. PernixData was… Read more »
Disclaimer: We are a Nimble Storage partner. At the time of this writing we are not a Silver Peak partner. Summary – Our environment received a 60% data reduction when using Silver Peak to Optimize a Nimble Storage to Nimble Storage replication traffic. In addition our low latency(10ms) 100Mbs WAN could not push more than… Read more »
What’s the deal with ? You might have heard about Microsoft’s new Operating System Windows 8 and now you are wondering if you should upgrade? Microsoft has made substantial changes to their product compared to previous versions. The most noticeable thing for every user… Read more »
Disclaimer We are both a NetApp partner and a Nimble Storage partner. The information provided here in no way is implying one product is universally better than another, as we view both as great products. This article is simply meant to provide the rationale for why we decided to pick one over the other for… Read more »
I ran some numbers (thanks to Engmyr’s assistance) regarding the various NetApp disk/shelf options. There are 3 main types of disk: 7.2k RPM SATA, 10K RPM SFF (Small Form Factor), and 15k RPM SAS. Each of these disks and options have different capabilities and benefits.
When we started implementing Microsoft DPM we went through a series of headaches as we tried to get it working continually and consistently. We went through a number of online resources as well as conversations with other geeks who had successfully used DPM.
The term “jailbreak” has worked its way into urban vernacular, but the definition has become somewhat lost in translation. In short, to “jailbreak,” or “root” a device is to gain the ability to modify protected system files. The process was dubbed “jailbreaking” shortly after the release of the original iPhone, as many consumers felt that… Read more »